Has a great view of the cathedral as well as the Mississippi River and surrounding buildings of the French Quarter. Picturesque.
Restaurants near Jackson Square
- 410.18 mi0.18 mi from Jackson Square1 review
This is the only American distributor of confections by an award-winning Spanish chocolatier. There are all sorts if unique flavors, using ingredients like yuzu, cava, and even orchid. They're not cheap (as if you expected anything else!), but they're utterly delicious to the last moment they linger on your palate.
- 420.14 mi0.14 mi from Jackson Square1 review
Great quiet coffee shop/cafe in the heart of the French Quarter. Fresh baked sweet and savory treats for breakfast and lunch. Fantastic choices of pre cooked entrees and many salads to eat in or to take home for a quick hassel free dinner at home. Greay staff and atmosphere.
- 430.14 mi0.14 mi from Jackson Square1 review
Tiny place, got the famous muffuletta to go so I can eat it later. The place is small with a table in the back to eat it with. The muffuletta's were already made so it was ready to go once you order it. The difference between this place and central grocery co. (really close by) was that this one had ...Popular withFamiliesLocalFoodies
- 440.2 mi0.2 mi from Jackson Square2 reviews
They're known for their ice cream daiquiri. Google says they're made with delicious ice cream and fresh alcohol....not sure what that mean as in 'fresh alcohol' but it's delicious and filling. I took mine to go and had it near the mississippi river. It's not cheap but it's something to try if you're craving for some unique ice cream on ...Popular withFoodiesFamilies
- 450.09 mi0.09 mi from Jackson Square
In what universe doesTujague's restaurant have a higher rating than Restaurant August.. Tujague's is a sentimental favorite. The food is just okay. They specialize in boiled beef brisquet. On Wednesday's local's go to lunch upstairs. It is a very quaint historic building. This experience is more about the place than the food.
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- 470.18 mi0.18 mi from Jackson Square
Nothing exceptional but its location makes it an okay spot to pop in for a bite to eat as you wander the French Quarter. Good dishes on the menu to split with medium sized groups so everyone can get a taste: Taste of New Orleans - gumbo, crawfish etouffee, jambalaya, red beans & rice; Wings & Ribs basket. Jazz Buffets ...
- 480.2 mi0.2 mi from Jackson Square1 reviewPopular withLGBTNightlife
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- 500.06 mi0.06 mi from Jackson Square
Not a bad place to eat if you have to, but it's more of a tourist trap. It's located across the street from Cafe Du Monde and Jackson square, so it picks up a lot of the extra tourists roaming the area. There are better more authentic places to eat.
- 510.13 mi0.13 mi from Jackson Square1 review
Regular falafel spot. Nothing great about it.
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- 540.18 mi0.18 mi from Jackson Square1 review
Sarah, our server, was a sweet heart :) I recommend her if you are at the market cafe. We didnt know that there was a breakfast special going on so we waited at the table drinking coffee and hurricane enjoying the live jazz band til the lunch menu came out. Sarah took our order right away when the kitchen was ...Popular withStudentsFamiliesFoodies
- 550.64 mi0.64 mi from Jackson Square
Get here early to stand in line for these popular po boys and Cajun dishes served cafeteria style. This is a very popular local favorite. The Ferdi Special is the famous po boy with ham, roast beef, and "debris".Popular withFoodiesBudgetLocal
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- 580.37 mi0.37 mi from Jackson Square
The ghost of the restaurant’s founder and namesake, Count Arnaud Cazenave, is said to still maintain a presence in his establishment to ensure that everything is kept in order – rearranging silverware, napkins, and the bar to his liking. Additionally, the spirit of Arnaud’s daughter, Germaine, haunts the restaurant’s Mardi Gras Museum, with patrons and employees alike being startled by ...Popular withFoodiesLocalHistory
- 590.45 mi0.45 mi from Jackson Square
I enjoyed this restaurant for its simple, Southern charm. The fresh baguettes served with butter are a warm welcome, and their prices are reasonable. Do yourself a favor and get the white chocolate bread pudding. It has a fabulous texture and the white chocolate isn't overpowering; definitely a must-try.Popular withFoodiesLocalBusiness
- 600.65 mi0.65 mi from Jackson Square
Luke is a restaurant I frequent.... John Besh one of New Orleans renown chef's owns it. It has great Brunch Saturday and Sunday with eggs in a pot (with crab grits and hollandaise) and their Mimi's Pancakes with honey pecan butter are my favorites! At 3pm they begin a Happy Hour all week long with 50 cent fresh oysters and ...Popular withFoodiesLuxuryBusiness